Here are the full list of teams and their players that will be competing in the Ultimate Quaran Team Cup.

With football being suspended due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, football teams social media have been doing their best to keep fans entertained during this tough time. Leyton Orient came up with one of the most creative solutions, setting up a 64-team FIFA tournament to keep help fans suffering with football withdrawal cope.

The rules of the tournament were that the official club would send a representative which could be a player, member of staff or a fan and that they would have to play as that team. The tournament then blew up and it was forced to expand to a 128 team format due to the amount of interest from around the world, which includes many EFL sides.

The tournament will also be raising money for football teams that will be suffering due to a lack of revenue alongside MIND and COVID-19 cure research charities. You can donate here.

Here are the full list of teams and the players that will represent them in this tournament.

Accrington Stanley – Ross Sykes

Sky Bet League One side Accrington Stanley will be represented by Ross Sykes, a 20-year-old defender who currently plays for them. He came through their academy after signing for them as a youngster from Burnley.

Adelaide United – AUFC Esports

Australian side Adelaide United will be sending someone from their official esports team but are currently holding their cards close to their chest.

ADO Den Haag – Yet To Reveal

AFC Wimbledon – Yet To Reveal

Ajax – Ajax Esports

The Dutch giants will be using a member of their esports team.

Amiens SC – Yet To Reveal

Angers – Nathan ‘Sneaky’ Nayagom

French side Angers will be fielding ‘Sneaky’ as their player. He is a French FIFA YouTuber who was ranked as the 29th best in the world at FIFA 20 in January.

Roma – Roma Admin

It appears that Italian icons Roma will be fielding the admin team of their Twitter account.

Aston Villa – Yet To Reveal

Atalanta – Hans Hateboer

It appears that Hans Hateboer will be competing for Italian side Atalanta. The 26-year-old Dutch defender has been with the team since 2017 and has had three caps for the Netherlands.

AZ Alkmaar – Owen Wijndal

20-year-old defender Owen Wijndal will be competing for AZ Alkmaar. He has played for the Dutch side since 2017.

Barnsley – Lewis H 90

Barnsley will be fielding professional FIFA player Lewis H 90. He has competed in the FIFA 18 Champions Cup and was ranked as the 15th best player in the world in November.

Birmingham City – Yet To Reveal

Birmingham City had wanted Professional FIFA Player Jas Singh to compete for them but he was unable due to his contract with West Ham United.

Blackburn Rovers – Bradley Dack

Blackburn will be using their star midfielder Bradley Dack for this tournament. He has made over 100 appearances for the club since signing for them in 2017.

Blackpool – Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall

Blackpool are another team going into their own squad, picking Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall to represent them. He is a 21-year-old defender currently on loan from Leicester City.

Bolton Wanderers – Harry Brockbank

Brockbank was the captain of Bolton’s youngest ever team this season and now he will represent them in this FIFA tournament.

Brentford – Lewis Frampton

Lewis Frampton is a lucky fan who will get his chance to compete for his team.

Brighton and Hove Albion – Neal Maupay

Brighton’s big signing of the season Neal Maupay will get the chance to score in the virtual net. He has scored eight goals in 28 appearances this season since signing from Brentford.

Bristol Rovers – Daniel Sheppard

Daniel Sheppard is a fan who will get the chance to represent his favourite team.

Burnley – Brad Colston

Burnley have found themselves a professional FIFA player in the shape of Brad Colston who has represented the Clarets before in the ePremier League.

Burton Albion – Yet To Reveal

Cambridge United – Chris Wood

Chris Wood is a popular FIFA YouTuber with over 250K subscribers and now will be hoping to take Cambridge United far in this tournament.

Carlisle United – Brandon Beech

Brandon Beech is a fan and notably is railing against the inclusion of FIFA professionals in this tournament.

Central Coast Mariners – Yet To Reveal

Charlton Athletic – Jamie Boxall

Jamie Boxall is a YouTuber who makes fan videos about Charlton. He has done a career mode with the Addicks but faces a real test now.

Cheltenham Town – Yet To Be Revealed

Cheltenham have said they will reveal their player today.

Colchester United – Callum Milton

Colchester have chosen Callum Milton, a young lad who won a club FIFA tournament last month.

Cork City – Daire O’Connor

Cork will be using their player Daire O’Connor who has been with the club since 2018.

Coventry City – Brandon Mason

Coventry will be represented by their young defender Mason who has been at the club since 2018.

Crawley Town – Yet To Reveal

Crystal Palace – Andros Townsend

England international Andros Townsend is one of the biggest names set to compete in this tournament.

DC United – Mohamed

Mohamed is a professional FIFA player for DC United and will step up again for this tournament.

Derby County – Yet To Reveal

Derry City – Adam Liddle

Adam Liddle is contracted to Reading but is on loan at Derry and will compete for them in this tournament.

Djurgardens – One of Sami Mands, Johan Blom or Emil

Djurgardens will use one of these three of their professional FIFA players in this tournament.

Doncaster Rovers – A Fan

Doncaster Rovers will be choosing one of their fans to represent them.

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Dundalk – Yet To Reveal

Emmen – Yet To Reveal

ESTAC Troyes – Yoann Robert

French sides Troyes will be represented by Yoann Robert, a fan who appears to also be a coach for Fortnite.

Exeter City – Sculpta

Exeter City have got Sculpta on his side. The oddly named fellow represented Tottenham Hotspur in the ePremier League this year.

FC Gronigen – FC Gronigen eSports

The Dutch side Gronigen will be using one of their eSports players.

FC Midtjylland – FC Midtjylland eSports Team

The Danish giants will use a member of their eSports team.


The Swiss side are represented by Cobra, a professional FIFA player who is already contracted to FC Sion.

Feyenoord – Yet To Reveal

Finn Harps – Yet To Reveal

Fiorentina – Yet To Reveal

Fleetwood Town – Yet To Reveal

Forest Green Rovers – Yet To Reveal

Fortuna Sittard – Yet To Reveal

Gillingham – The FIFA Analyst

FIFA Analyst does pretty much everything to do with FIFA and came as a late pick for Gillingham.

Grimsby Town – Bradley Garmston

Garmston only joined in January but he will be representing the Mariners in this FIFA Tournament.

Hamilton Academical – Yet To Reveal

Aaron McGowan was set to be Hamilton’s player but withdrew due to the involvement of The Sun newspaper in the tournament.

Heracles Almelo – Yet To Reveal

Hibernian – Martin Boyle

The 26-year-old Australian international winger will be representing Hibernian after putting himself forward for the tournament!

Huddersfield Town – Yet To Reveal

Ipswich Town – Yet To Reveal

Istabul Basaksehir – Yet To Reveal

KAA Gent – Yet To Reveal

Kortrijk – Yet To Reveal

KRC Genk – Yet To Reveal

KV Mechelen – Yet To Reveal

Leyton Orient – Sam Sargeant

The organisers will be represented by a safe pair of hands, their goalkeeper Sam Sargeant. The 22-year-old came through the Leyton Orient academy.

Lokomotiv Moscow – Robert Fakhretdinov

Lokomotiv have picked one of their professional FIFA players who has won several tournaments in the past.

Lorient – Yet To Reveal

Luton Town – Yet To Reveal

While not official, Luton have asked Pelly Ruddock to represent them.

Manchester City – Man City eSports

Manchester City will be represented by a member of their eSports team.

Mansfield Town – AC RedLac

Mansfield have brought in professional player AC RedLac. He was ranked 222nd in the world on FIFA 20 back in January.

Marseille – Gabriel

Marseille have chosen Gabriel who is part of the Marseille Spanish fan group.

Melbourne Victory – Yet To Reveal

Middlesbrough – Lukas Nmecha

Nmecha may only be on loan from Manchester City, and could face his parent team, but he will be competing for Middlesbrough in this tournament.

Lille – Yet To Reveal

Millwall – Jamie O’Doherty and Josh Zerker

Millwall will have two people representing them though I’m not sure how that works. O’Doherty is a professional FIFA player and was ranked 114th in the world in January. Zerker is part of the popular Sidemen YouTube channel which has over 3 million subscribers.

MK Dons – Yet To Reveal

Morecambe – WInner of Tournament

Morecambe have organised their own tournament to find a representative for this tournament.

Motherwell – Yet To Reveal

Nantes – Yet To Reveal

Newcastle United – Planet Toast

Newcastle have one of their own with Planet Toast being a professional FIFA player that represented the Magpies in the ePremier League.

Newport County – Tyler

Newport have got themselves a professional with Tyler who is a professional FIFA player for Ellevens ESports. He was ranked 53rd in February.

Northampton Town – NTFC eSports

Northampton will be represented by a member of their esports team.

Norwich City – Yet To Reveal

Nottingham Forest – Randolph

Forest have picked local rapper Randolph who has frequently collaborated with popular YouTuber KSI.

Oldham Athletic – Tom Hamer

Oldham are going homegrown with their player Tom Hamer who came through the team’s academy.

Orlando City – Yet To Reveal

Orlando Pirates – Muhammed Zaid Patel

South African giants Orlando Pirates have chosen Mohammed Zaid Patel, one of their esports players.

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Oxford United – Dom

Oxford have gone big, picking the CEO of their eSports team, Dom.

PAOK – Yet To Reveal

PEC Zwolle – Yet To Reveal

Peterborough United – Rhys Bennett

Peterborough will have one of their defenders representing them. Bennett has been playing for them since 2018.

Plymouth Argyle – George Cooper

Plymouth are using the loan market, with George Cooper playing for them. I wonder what will happen if he faces off with parent side Peterborough.

Port Vale – Mitchell Clark

Clark has been on loan at Port Vale since January from Leicester City and now he’s being thrown into this tournament.

Portsmouth – Yet To Reveal

Preston North End – Yet To Reveal

PSV – Ali Riza Aygun

PSV have got Ali Riza Aygun, one of their eSports players to represent them in this tournament.

QPR – Benjy Lovell

QPR have picked their eCup winner Benjy Lovell and will be hoping success breeds more success.

Red Bull Salzburg – Yet To reveal

RC Celta Vigo – Pablo Zamorano

Spanish side Celta Vigo have dipped into their own eSports team and so Pablo Zamorano will represent them.

Reading – Tom McIntyre

Reading will be using one of the players that has come through their academy, with Tom McIntyre taking the gamepad in hand.

RKC Waalwijk – Jaap

It’s someone called Jaap. We know nothing else about him. We presume he is Dutch.

Rochdale – Yet To Reveal

Ross County – Sean Kelly

Scottish side Ross County are going with Sean Kelly. He has been with the club since 2017 and has previously played for AFC Wimbledon.

Rotherham United – Yet To Reveal

Salford City – Yet To Reveal

Scunthorpe United – Yet To Reveal

Shamrock Rovers – Yet To Reveal

Sheffield United – Mitch

Sheffield United will be represented by professional FIFA player Mitch after he won an internal tournament.

Sheffield Wednesday – Delee

The Owls will hope to fly high with professional FIFA player Delee. He was the runner up in the Elite Series 4.

Shrewsbury Town – Yet To Reveal

Sligo Rovers – Yet To Reveal

Southend United – Daniel JR

Southend will be utilising the services of their esports player Daniel JR.

Sparta Rotterdam – Esports Team

The Dutch team will be using their esports team, though its unclear which player will be stepping upto the controller.

St Mirren – Kyle Magennis or Kyle McAllister

St Mirren have two choices. They’ll be going with either Kyle Magennis or Kyle McAllister, both of which are players for them.

Standard Liege – Quentin ‘ShadooW’ VW

The Belgian team will be going with one of their esports players ShadooW who if my translation is up to scratch, has been a champion in Belgium.

Stevenage – Yet To Reveal

Stoke City – Thibauld Verlinden

Even though he has been on loan with Bolton this season, Stoke will be represented by the Belgian winger Thibauld Verlinden.

Sunderland – Dan

Sunderland are going with Dan from the site FUTWIZ, something I have been over-relying on to tell me about these FIFA players.

Swindon Town – Yet To Reveal

Sydney FC – Yet To Reveal

FC Utrecht – Melvin Boere

Utrecht says he has skills so maybe that’s enough for Melvin Boere to win the tournament.

Vitesse – Renzo Oemrawsingh

Vitesse will be going with Renzo as their competitor. He has competed in the eClub World Cup twice.

VVV-Venlo – Yet To Reveal

The Dutch side will be using a lottery to pick their competitor.

Walsall – Elijah Adebayo

Walsall are hoping to go far with their young forward Elijah Adebayo. He started with Fulham before moving to the Saddlers in 2019.

Waterford – Yet To Reveal

The Irish side are doing their own tournament to decide who will represent them in this tournment.

West Brom – Callum Robinson

The Baggies will hope to boing boing far with Callum Robinson. He is currently on loan with the team from Sheffield United, another team in this tournament.

West Ham United – Yet To Reveal

Willem II – Yet To Reveal

Wolves – Yet To Reveal

Wycombe Wanderers – Yet To Reveal